It started as a normal day in the Scott household, just outside of Chicago. Mathew Scott's wife made breakfast, while his son sat nearby, waiting to be fed. Mathew hadn't slept well the night before. He'd wandered around the house a bit, which was when he'd seen the shadow fall across the moon. Maybe it was a dream; that was what he told himself on his way to the office.
That afternoon, Mathew was put in charge of a large amount of company money. He was supposed to deposit the money in the local bank, but he never did. That afternoon, he disappeared without a trace-to be gone for a year before he returned.
Upon his arrival back in Chicago, Mathew finds himself the target of an embezzlement lawsuit, but that isn't the worst of it. Mathew also comes to realize he has been abducted by aliens.
How do you prove an alien abduction in a court of law? Is it possible, or will people write you off as a madman? Does Matthew have enough evidence to present to a jury in an attempt to convince them that his story is even plausible? He can only hope so. If not, he will face a guilty verdict and time in a federal prison.